The reason I ask is simply because I like to try to figure things out for myself; in this instance it would be trying to answer the question "Why would Razer put a screen that is remarkably different from one phone iteration to the next?" I don't work for Razer, so don't REALLY have any kind of direct answers to those types of questions (and @Rox598 has way more information regarding these phones than I do anyway). Shoot, I don't even have a RP2, hence my needing to ask those types of questions about the difference in color temperature, just so I can try to do some experimenting with different styles and kelvin settings of lights. I have found that when I am outside with my RP1 it looks cool (what I can see against the glare of my protective glass), and then head indoors, then my screen looks super-blue. If I turn on night light and add some warmth to my screen, when I go outside it looks a more moderate white, but as I head inside it looks cooler but not quite blue. What does this mean? Absolutely nothing to RP2 owners ... but quite possibly there was a choice to use a warmer screen to counteract the cooler color temperature of sunlight while not having the screen look really blue when going from sunlight to incandescent or fluoro. I like the sound of that better than "that's how the screen is".